July is typically the driest month in California's long dry season. But not this year, especially in Southern California. Moisture streaming north from Tropical Storm Dolores fed downpours over much of the state's southern third and broke rainfall records across the region. (See a comprehensive list of rainfall totals from the National Weather Service in San Diego.)
The impacts ranged from the dire -- the collapse of a bridge on Interstate 10 some 180 miles east of Los Angeles -- to extremely rare rainouts for both the Los Angeles Angels and San Diego Padres.
Here are some images from Sunday's Southern California storm: